Once considered a bedroom community suburb of Tulsa, Broken Arrow is now the fourth-largest city in the state and boasts its own distinct amenities. Head to downtown Broken Arrow for shopping, dining, community events and family entertainment in The Rose District. Visit The Museum Broken Arrow for a glimpse into the city’s past through permanent and rotating exhibits including everything from a hand-hewn 1861 cabin to an in-depth look at the beginnings of Rooster Days, the state’s longest-running festival.
Broken Arrow offers something for everyone, from the Ray Harral Nature Park and the Military History Center to the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center where you might be lucky enough to catch a world-class performance by Broken Arrow native Kristin Chenoweth. Broken Arrow also offers supersized shopping at the 110,000 sq. ft. Bass Pro Shops where you can score everything you need to enjoy the outdoors in Oklahoma.